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In 2020, there will be no need for Alchemy to call me to handle a food crisis.

There will be no food crisis, as it will already have been averted by the re-establishment of permanent sustenance gardens worldwide.

Can we really imagine a world without crisis? Can we really imagine a world of serenity, a world of comfort and abundance, a world of celebration, creativity and beauty? Can we really imagine establishing that world at whatever scale is possible, right now, right here today?

In 2020 I will be sitting with my closest friends and family sipping the most fragrant and delicious herb tea, just harvested. We will be enjoying our favorite foods, making music, sharing poems, and playing games, all the while surrounded by the most exquisitely lush and bountiful gardens, perfectly providing all our essential needs abundantly.

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Comment by Sydney Gray on March 4, 2010 at 8:51am
While visionary, I think a bit too optimistic?
Comment by The Garden Earth Project on March 4, 2010 at 9:26am
You have to have a dream before it can come true - and - when you believe it you will see it :) Yes it's possible.
Comment by glim on March 5, 2010 at 4:50pm
i wonder...

your message belies a stability which has never been present in our global system before. even before man started doin his thing.

and now... well, things are changing so fast and there are so many missing pieces, the environment's up on blocks.

i like your enthusiasm. check out my blog post about what i will be doing in 2020. maybe you and i are working on the same thing, from different directions...
Comment by Elastika on March 6, 2010 at 9:44pm
Comment by sunnydupree on May 10, 2010 at 11:55pm
you can never be too optimistic!!!

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